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10 Mar 2023

PLC Newsletter - Autumn 2023

The autumn edition of the newsletter for Thorne Harbour Health's Positive Living Centre (PLC) is out now.

08 Mar 2023

Let’s talk about LGBTIQ+ Women

For International Women's Day 2023, Thorne Harbour Health Acting CEO, Carolyn Gillespie, takes a moment to celebrate LGBTIQ+ women in our communities and acknowledge the need to keep the conversation going about their health and wellbeing.

19 Dec 2022

PLC Newsletter - Summer 2022

The summer issue of the Positive Living Centre (PLC) newsletter is out now! Add it to your summer reading list as this edition has personal stories, a look at injectable HIV treatment, a recap of World AIDS Day 2022, and much more.

16 Dec 2022

Multicultural Project Exploring the Lives of LGBTIQ+ People

In 2023, Thorne Harbour Health is launching a new community-led project EVERYDAY PEOPLE exploring the lives and wellbeing of LGBTIQ+ people from our culturally and linguistically communities.

09 Nov 2022

5 Ways to be a part of World AIDS Day 2022

World AIDS Day is back on 1 December 2022 - and we're bringing back the WAD Street Appeal after a two-year hiatus.In addition to our army of volunteers hitting the streets to hand out red ribbons, we will also be hosting our annual World AIDS Day Memorial as well as a new initiative with our series of Red Ribbon Making events.There are so many ways to get involved and take part in World AIDS Day 2022 and be Boldly Positive as we remind others that HIV Still Matters.Here's 5 ways you can take part in World AIDS Day 2022....

14 Oct 2022

Seeking EOI for Mental Health Advisory Committee

Thorne Harbour Health (THH) is looking for LGBTIQ+ people with lived experience of a mental health condition to establish a mental health policy advisory committee.

04 Oct 2022

Call for Board Nominations

We are seeking visionary and capable people who work well with others to nominate for election to three (3) vacancies on the Board of Directors.

14 Sep 2022

PLC Newsletter - Spring 2022

The Spring edition of the PLC newsletter is out now! This edition features news around Victoria's AIDS Memorial Quilt, sex work reform, new resources for people navigating Australia's NDIS, and the latest with monkeypox (MPX) in Australia.

20 Aug 2022

Five Questions with ADMIN Group Facilitators

ADMIN is Thorne Harbour Health’s award-winning peer support group for transgender, non-binary and gender diverse people looking to better manage their alcohol and other drug use.Group Facilitators Atlus and Xin speak about the benefits of participating in the group, their highlights and why they feel a space like ADMIN is so important.

15 Aug 2022

Suicide Prevention and Response Expert Advisory Committee

The Victorian Department of Health are seeking Lived Experience Representatives for the establishment of a Suicide Prevention and Response Expert Advisory Committee until 18 August 2022.

11 Aug 2022

Global Health & Community Responses to HIV from AIDS 2022 - Well Well Well

Cal brings us the latest from the International AIDS Conference 2022.In this episode, he speaks with people involved with PLHIV communities across the world, as well as evolving public health responses.Guests:John Oliver Corciega from LoveYourself Inc. in the PhillipinesRobbie Lawlor from the Poz Vibe Podcast in Ireland Mother Elle Barbara, Host of AIDS 2022 Vogue Ball & Intervention/Community Worker  Dr Nomathemba Chandiwana from the University of Ezintsha

09 Aug 2022

Building leadership and resilience for people living with HIV

As SAMESH’s Poz Peer Navigator, Craig Shrubsole is no stranger to advocating for people living with HIV (PLHIV).“We’ve had 40 years of this journey, and it’s clearly not over. Our community need people to advocate for each other so that future generations have the best opportunity to be their best selves living with HIV.”It’s why Craig attended the Positive Leadership Development Institute (PLDI) Workshop, which offers people living with HIV the opportunity to develop skills for leadership and resilience.


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